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The Town of Montgomery has seen some turnover recently, as two Board of Ethics members and one Industrial Development Agency member have resigned. Ethics Board member Conrad Flickenschild asked … more
“On that day I did not have my phone with me and I was bleeding pretty badly,” said Father Mark Kurowski. Kurowski approached the Shawangunk Town Board on Thursday, requesting safety … more
The New Hurley Reformed Church in the Town of Plattekill is five years older than the nation it resides in. Members of the congregation gathered on Sept. 12 to celebrate the church’s 250th … more
A local hydro excavating business is hoping to combine their two locations into a single site on Ridge Road in Montgomery. Spread over 74 acres on both sides of Ridge Road, the project includes … more
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Saturday for Java Blue Coffee & Food Market in the Village of Montgomery. The café, located at 8 Union Street, features an extensive menu, which … more
It is no secret that restaurants have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that they have once again opened their doors to diners, Randi Greene proposed an additional revenue stream to the … more
On Sunday, hundreds of Donald Trump supporters gathered at Crawford Town Park in Pine Bush for a rally. Drivers from trucks, cars and motorcycles waved flags and signs backing the … more
The Town of Crawford September board meeting was held in the Senior Center with about a dozen people in attendance, a dramatic drop from the highly emotionally charged August meeting, which can be … more
– Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler, Major James C. Michael of the New York State Police, City of Middletown Police Chief John Ewanciw, City of Newburgh Police Chief Arnold … more
The Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education furloughed 12 school security aides at their meeting last Tuesday. These employees work in the district’s secondary schools to help … more
Despite the challenges put forth by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, instruction has started off on a positive note for the Pine Bush, Wallkill and Valley Central School Districts. Pine BushFor Pine … more
The Gardiner Town Board worked through a packed agenda at its Sept. 9 meeting, which was littered with unanimous approvals to make significant strides toward environmental conservation and social … more
Sen. Jen Metzger (SD-42) held a press conference on Saturday with first responders in the Hamlet of Wallkill to announce $50,000 grants to the Wallkill Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Wallkill Fire … more
An 82-year-old man was assaulted on the Rail Trail on Tuesday morning at around 9:30 a.m. The man was beaten between Lake Osiris Road and the Walden entrance to the Rail Trail, officials … more
The Section IX Athletic Council Thursday  approved  a resolution establishing an opening start date for athletics for all schools in Section IX.  Athletics will begin on November 30, … more
Shawangunk resident Jim Starr submitted a petition to the town board Thursday, claiming that Chief of Police Gerald Marlatt’s First Amendment rights had been violated. This is in response to … more
Village of Montgomery Chief of Police William Herlihy announced at the village board meeting last Tuesday that the department is looking into purchasing a traffic count. The traffic count would … more
Montgomery Volunteer Fire Department Chief Robert Reynolds Jr. was named the town’s citizen of the month for September at the town board meeting on Thursday. Reynolds received the award for … more
The pets buried in Forever Angels Pet Cemetery at Abbingdon Hill in Montgomery would be thankful for the work Rita Levine has done to revitalize their final resting place. The cemetery had been … more
The Shawangunk Town Board approved a new Hamlet of Wallkill welcome sign at their meeting on Thursday. The sign would be located by the post office on Wallkill Avenue. One side will read … more
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